Women Center Stage – An Interview With Tracy Bersley

Tracy Bersley directs For Immediate (and timely) Release, By Daniel Piper Kublick, Dorothy Abrahams and Bersley. Important up-to-date information for Bunker AA 6-4-2-0! Only essential personnel are excused: those on land-roving duty, terrain detox, and dentists. We at DDT pride … Continue reading


Women Center Stage – An Interview With Lauren Whitehead

Lauren Whitehead directs her original work A Tribe Called Blessed: Songs toward the Advancement of (T)history. Every story has a point of origin and a different point of origin depending on who’s telling it. In the sprit of re-originating and … Continue reading


Women Center Stage – An Interview With Sherri Eden Barber

Sherri Eden Barber directs Only You Can Prevent Wildfires Conceived by Barber and written by Harrison David Rivers. In 2002, the Hayman Fire burned 133 homes, 138,114 acres and forced the evacuation of 5, 340 people in Colorado. It is, … Continue reading


Women Center Stage – Interview With Madeline Sayet

Madeline Sayet directs Daughters of Leda, which she also wrote. Leda was raped by a swan. Later, her swan-babies, Helen and Clytemnestra, became just as infamous as she. How many glitches occurred in the reporting? Clytemnestra’s three daughters (Iphigenia, Electra, … Continue reading


Women Center Stage – Introduction

I am proud to announce I am an official press partner for Culture Project’s Women Center Stage Festival. For the next week, CareyPurcell.com will feature interviews with the participants of Director’s Weekend, where 10 directors create 15-minute pieces on the … Continue reading


Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

I left the Seeing Place Theater’s production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead with my head full of questions. What exactly had happened? What was this play trying to say? And why hadn’t I heard of The Seeing Place Theater … Continue reading


The Comedy of Errors

It’s hard to be outraged when laughing this hard. But the delightfully entertaining production of The Comedy of Errors, currently playing as part of Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theater, offers just that complicated combination: a thoroughly humorous … Continue reading


Ashley Marinaccio and Brady Amoonclark Talk About “Good Shape”

What would happen if everyone woke up tomorrow and loved the body they were in? That is a good question. And one that is being asked in the upcoming documentary theatre production Good Shape, which will be performed as a … Continue reading


9mm America

Anyone suffering from desensitization regarding gun violence as a result of oversaturation of the media should hurry to the Gene Frankel Theatre, where 9MM America is currently playing. A production of Girl Be Heard, this intimate and personal performance of … Continue reading


Tucker Max on Broadway? An Interview with “I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway” Director Christopher Carter Sanderson

Tucker Max…on stage. Right. Adapted for the stage by a gay man who doesn’t drink. Right. That was my first thought when I heard about I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway, the stage adaptation of Tucker Max’s best-selling books … Continue reading